Issue 9: The Darkest Apartment in Alphabet City

Kevin Dyer Insofar as the light finds its way fragmented, the brick walls retain the thin welt of the days that in theory, arrive. In the square the guide on the walking tour says this is the place where once when he means time is gauged in terms of erosion, the cracking monuments in mid-air, the archives of the heart lodged in a building no longer there. In the story of the bird trapped in a bright kitchen all that is utterable is the sound of impact— a brief thud and a new vision of a world through glass and…

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